The ocean is a place to slow down, get centered and appreciate this amazing world we live in.
Ensler has guided me through the difficulties of becoming a woman in a world that is hostile to the diversity of a womanish self.
Model Kate Dillon on Body Image, Independence: From Summer Rayne Oakes’ Conversations Series (Video)
Platitudes and random advice abound these days; real wisdom seems in shorter supply than ever.
I met Ethnobotanist Dr. Selena Ahmed at a tea and climate change event Eco-Chick attended in the fall of 2012. Selena eloquently spoke about her […]
Manufacture New York founder Bob Bland tells CBS News that producing clothing in America is the answer to what happened in Bangladesh, and she makes […]
Anyone who wants to succeed needs to lean in. Success doesn’t come easy. Do women have more hurdles to leap than men? Much of the time, yes.
Laurie David has been a longtime environmental activist (see below about how she felt about cigarette butts as a teen) and after starting her career […]
One in three women on the planet will be raped or beaten in her lifetime. The Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network estimates that someone is […]
What is this, 1913? Even though yesterday was a day of records and firsts for women as the 113th Congress opened, the 112th Congress’s failure to […]
Heroines for the Planet: Honoring a 'Force of Nature' and Rainforest Action Network's Leader Becky Tarbotton
Environmental heroine Rebecca Tarbotton died tragically on Wednesday, December 26th. Rebecca was the Executive Director of San Francisco-based environmental group Rainforest Action Network. “RAN is heartbroken […]